"They sat Trump at the kid’s table for Thanksgiving."
“The Campaign’s claims have no merit,” wrote Judge Stephanos Bibas, one of Trump’s appointments to the 3rd Circuit.
The apps, gadgets, subscriptions, and other things that made 2020 not so, uh, 2020.
It started with a look at one school's segregated prom, but became so much more as the nation looks to Georgia.
In this week's newsletter: How Scarlet Waters used TikTok, an app built on music and bytes, to make people soberly aware about deafness, and why I think more influencers than not are running their own fan accounts.
All the details about the iconic gown, which is known as the most closely guarded secret in fashion history.
Delta Air Lines said Kiersten Bak violated their social media policy. She says she was just calling out harassment from trolls.
"If we can't have these conversations in 2020, we're not being honest with ourselves about where we come from and who we are — about how as Americans, we occupy stolen land every day.”
Celebrate Thanksgiving with the books loved by Jasmine Guillory, Jonathan Lethem, Casey McQuiston, Deesha Philyaw, and more.
Can’t Make It Home For Thanksgiving? Send A C-List Celeb Instead
Stay isolated. Pay minor celebs to apologize to your mom.
Maradona, one of the game's most brilliant and controversial players, underwent brain surgery just weeks ago.
The rapper’s refusal to say more about her shooting and her very difficult year might be her way of modeling what she’s asked the country to do this summer: “Protect Black women.”
Happiest Season, Hulu's Christmas romantic comedy starring Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis, is sapped of its holiday cheer by a traumatic coming-out plotline. (Major spoilers!)
Artificial Antibodies Are The Latest COVID-19 Treatment. But Hospitals May Struggle To Use Them.
As hospitals face the logistical nightmare of giving people the few doses of new antibody drugs available, scientists say they're concerned we still don’t have enough data to show they work.
A 160-page report, in response to a BuzzFeed News investigation, found long-standing failures at the celebrated wildlife charity.
"The Grammys remain corrupt. You owe me, my fans and the industry transparency..."
“It is unconscionable that they are leaving the kids there and that they did not immediately bring them back,” one immigration analyst said.
What Joe Biden Means For Your Student Loans
Canceling student debt has gone from pipe dream to possibility.
After Two COVID-19 Shutdowns At The “Tamron Hall” Show, Crew Members Say The Show Is “Seriously Putting Lives In Danger”
“I don’t want to be lying in a bed or on a ventilator to make sure the show gets on the air,” one crew member told BuzzFeed News.
Maas and his wife, Dania Kaseeva, performed at basketball halftime shows across the US and appeared on America’s Got Talent and The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Tony Piloseno said he got job and collaboration offers from almost every major paint company, but he "really connected with" the founder of Florida Paints over a shared "passion for paint."
Beyoncé leads with nine nominations, while Megan Thee Stallion nabbed her first Grammy nods ever. The two also shared three nominations for their "Savage" remix.
From deluxe leather-bound editions to fantasy book box subscriptions to Six of Crows socks and more.
The US has the highest COVID death toll in the world. Hospitals and morgues are packed across the nation. But three promising vaccine trials offer a glimmer of long-term hope.
Keita O’Neil was fatally shot by a rookie San Francisco police officer in 2017 after he allegedly carjacked a state lottery employee's van.
Michigan's Board Of Canvassers Certified Biden's Win In A Big Loss For Trump's Desperate Bid To Overturn The Election
Trump’s effort to undermine Joe Biden’s win in Michigan faced a devastating failure when a state board took a vote that is normally uncontroversial.
Covering America on the ground this year turned into covering protests, politics, and a lot more.
Fans of the show have taken to the official social media accounts for the Royal Family to disparage Camilla.
The Fox competition show has turned celebrity recycling into the most fun guessing game on TV. (Some necessary spoilers ahead.)
Democrats were expected to gain seats in the House and Senate. There doesn’t look to be much soul-searching coming for the party.
Few celebrities and influencers have broken the 100 million benchmark on other social platforms, like Instagram.
A new section features public snaps, with money given out for the ones that go viral.
The vaccine, which Oxford University developed alongside the company AstraZeneca, was reportedly highly effective in preventing hospitalizations or severe cases of the coronavirus.
This 5-Year-Old Girl Put On A Mask Before Going Shopping, But It Wasn’t Exactly The Mask Her Mom Was Expecting
"This is the way."
The Texas senator was criticized for tweeting a "war on Thanksgiving" meme while El Paso morgues were overwhelmed with bodies and thousands lined up outside a food bank in Dallas amid surging COVID cases in the state.
A short week packed with great events, including conversations about Taiwanese diasporan literature, race and motherhood, LA crime fiction, and more.
A Judge Demolished The Trump Campaign’s Effort To Undo Biden’s Win In Pennsylvania And Push Fraud Conspiracies
“This is simply not how the Constitution works,” Judge Matthew Brann wrote of the Trump campaign’s push to stop Pennsylvania from certifying the election results.
At the start of the year, it looked like the labor movement was gaining ground in its fight for gig workers’ rights. The tech industry spent big to defeat them.